First, I have a loan with a company that has gone into collections. Someone consigned with me in addition to having her own loan with them. We've both moved to different states than the loans originated. I'm currently unemployed with disability as...
I agree with Mr. Skarr. An attorney may advise you to contact the creditor about picking up the items you have, although collection agencies may not be interested in that. If you are sued, you should find an attorney and have them work those details out with the attorney for the creditor. As your only income is disability, and if you have no significant property, there is really not much the creditor can do to you. You may also want to talk to an attorney to get clear about your rights under the fair debt collection practices act, primarily to see how you can stop them from contacting you repeatedly.See question
What does Deny...PLW mean
Can you update your question or comment to my response with more context. What type of case was this? Is this something on a court's website or in the body of an order or court document itself?See question
I will die with a reverse mortgage and have "bottom feeder" collection agencies calling constantly from previous credit card problems - worried that if I die my adult children will not know how to protect any equity they may receive. Thank you so...
If you have a reverse mortgage, your heirs are entitled to purchase the house at fair market value when you pass away. That leaves no equity, and whatever equity there is belongs to the reverse mortgage company anyway.See question
I had a car in 2000 was out of work and couldn’t repair it when engine blew it was a 1995 we asked to repo it on several occasions they said was too old to repo and wouldn’t. I tried to work out payments with company that had the loan sold to ...
Both of these may be an option, although answering the lawsuit before they got a judgment would have been the best option. Call one of the attorneys on this site about sitting down for a consultation. He or she can then tell you what would be best based on all the specifics. While it sounds like bankruptcy may be an option, you would need to sit down with someone to find out for sure.See question
I recently got married and my daughter has my maiden name. I want my husband to adopt her and have the same last name as us. How do I go about that?
Find an attorney on this site who is close to you and call to set up a consultation about a stepparent adoption. That is what you are going to want to do.See question
I had to leave my job cause if health reasons and my husband is the only one bring in money and he is paying the rent and all other bills and for my diabetes supplies too and we don't have a lot of money and we are trying owr best to pay our bills
Most attorneys will work with you on fees and, depending on which chapter works best for you, you may be able to file without having to pay any attorney's fees up front. Consult with one to see what your options are, and what their fee structure and payment schedule is.See question
I Just need to know, the difference between Dismissal , an a Judgment
Dismissal means the case is closed without the entry of a judgment. This may be because the parties settled, the plaintiff failed to prosecute the case, or just that the defendant won the case but did not ask for anything in a counterclaim so the case was simply dismissed instead of a judgment being entered in favor of the defendant. A judgment is a ruling by the court, which may be the result of the parties' agreement, where the court makes a ruling. This may be granting relief sought by one of the parties, ordering a party or parties to do something, or making findings which can be binding on the parties in the future. A judgment can be enforced through contempt actions or via the issuance of a fi. fa., whereas a dismissal just means the case is over and nothing was ruled on at all.
If this is a case where you are sued and you worked something out with a debt collector, a dismissal is fine. A judgment would allow the plaintiff to garnish your wages if you did not abide by the terms of the judgment.
my son had a dui 3 years ago and never finished paying or seeing his officer and was picked up because of warrant..he was in jail for 3 weeks and now missed his last meeting and they picked him up again
the ST CT likely stands for State Court, which means that the case was handled in Jackson County (as you are in Braselton and Barrow County does not have a State Court.) The WT is not clear, but none of this really appears to be related to what he is dealing with. He needs and attorney to step in on his behalf and get this cleared up.See question
My father is in jail, and has been in and out my entire life. I am 16, happily engaged & have a daughter on the way. I want to marry my fiancé and both mine and his parents approve, the only issue is my father is in jail and can't come to the prob...
Assuming your mother cannot sign a consent form, you should be able to take it or mail it to him in jail, have him sign it before a notary, then present that to the probate court.See question
A person gets stopped at the door while trying to shoplift, and nothing actually gets taken outside, is this still considered shoplifting?
Yes. An attempt is punished the same as the completion.See question